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can I study law with jamb score 200 in Olabisi Onabanjo University?

can I study law with jamb score 200 in Olabisi Onabanjo University?

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isaaq
4 months ago
Well, it would all depend in your performance in their postutme screening exam.
You are qualified to apply any course so far you scored up to their minimum jamb cut-off mark which is 180 and above for all course.
Just study hard for their postutme screening exam and aim high in it,if you performance in their postutme screening exam it can help boost your total aggregate score and you can still meet up with their departmental cut-off mark for the course.
Their postutme past Q&A is currently available in these website, you can purchase it and study because they normally set most of their questions from the past questions.
Follow the link below to purchase it.
https://myschool.ng/materials/view/oou-post-utme-past-questions-for-faculties-of-arts-law-social-science-and-edu-arts-714545

They have not yet released their departmental cut-off mark for the 2019/2020 academic session, it would be released after their postutme screening exam.
But last year their departmental cut-off mark for law was 51.75 for first choice(indigenes), 58.13 for first choice (non-indigenes), 59.13 for second choice(indigenes) and 63.88 for second choice(non-indigenes)
Gaby
4 months ago
No, you can be able to study law with that jamb score.
OOU has not yet release their departmental cut off mark for 2019/2020 academic session but their cut off mark for all courses is 180 and above.
Law is a competitive course that require a minimum of 260 and above in jamb score.
You would have to go for lower competitive course.
Kingsley
4 months ago
They have not yet released their departmental cut-off mark for the 2019/2020 academic session, it would be released after their postutme screening exam.
But last year their departmental cut-off mark for law was 51.75 for first choice(indigenes), 58.13 for first choice (non-indigenes), 59.13 for second choice(indigenes) and 63.88 for second choice(non-indigenes)
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